War in Ukraine, Vladimir Solovyev threatens Italy: You must tremble

War in Ukraine, Vladimir Solovyev threatens Italy: You must tremble

The clash between Russia and the West is increasingly heated. This time, however, it is our country that is worse off, which has to suffer the threat of TV presenter Vladimir Solovyev. The presenter attacked the West and Italy in a particular way, in a video. “Let the bastards tremble,” he says, referring to Kiev’s allies. As for Italy, “I wonder if in Milan they remember how they kissed the hands of Russian soldiers.” In this case Solovyev refers to General Aleksandr Suvorov who between April and September 1799 led the Russo-Austrian army against the French who were forced to leave Milan. “There will be another crossing of the Alps if necessary – he adds – the Russians start slowly, but they are fast runners”.

Meanwhile, Russia could pass a law to make “Russophobia” a crime. The question was asked by Valery Fadeyev, president of the Russian Council for Human Rights, a public body linked to the Kremlin. “Our task is to come up with a legal definition of Russophobia, with a list of applicable criminal law articles,” said Fadeyev, quoted by the independent Russian website Meduza. According to Fadeyev, the bill is in line with President Vladimir Putin’s request to establish penalties for those who discriminate against Russians abroad. However, Fadeyev admitted that Moscow does not have the means to prosecute foreigners abroad for the crime of Russophobia, adding that it is an issue that “will have to be worked on”. The Russian Public Prosecutor’s Office proposed, however, that the crime of Russophobia could be classified as a form of extremism. Moscow authorities have repeatedly accused the West of “Russophobia” following the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Source: IL Tempo

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